LSU guard Charles Manning Jr. announced Thursday afternoon that he will return to Baton Rouge for his senior season.

The Riverhead, New York native played in 19 games this past year, averaging 7.9 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 1.1 assists per game.

Unfortunately, Manning Jr. missed 12 games this past season due to foot fracture injuries that required surgeries to both of his feet.

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Played the best D on the team. And his offensive skills are understated. Huge to have him back. Now, if he feet will stay healthy
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Glad to have him back, he's a good all around player and he defense was sorely missed later in the season when teams started killing us from the 3 point line.
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Good move on his part- get healthy, have a good season next year!
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No one on that team will be drafted.
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awww look at this guy........he doesn't know how it works. Professional basketball is global pal. you dont have to get drafted to get paid
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R u serious? Javonte and Trendon are NBA players when the finally leave. If Emmitt grows his game from sophomore to junior year like he did from freshman to sophomore he will have NBA potential and nba scouts have been talking a lot about Skylars game. This is what happens when people don’t know shite bit act like they do.
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I am talking about this year's team.
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What else was he gonna do?
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Enter the Draft. Then get paid to play overseas.
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Spain. France. Israel. Germany. Greece. Euroleague. Argentina. Plenty of places to make a living playing basketball.
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